City of Binghamton, New York

Water/Sewer

Sewage Discharge Report

I accordance with NYS Environmental Conservation Law  § 17-0826-a, discharges of untreated or partially treated sewage must be reported in several ways outlined in the law including summary reports. In a measure of transparency, they are also being posted here.

Drinking Water Quality Annual Report

In accordance with the Safe Drinking Water Act,  each water utility is responsible for distributing a report informing the general public about water quality at the tap.

The EPA and local health departments track and ensure this document meets template guidelines and is accurate.

Out of the hundreds of chemical compounds we check for throughout the year, only chemicals that are detected make the reportable list.

By taking just a few simple measures, citizens can conserve water and reduce their costs, often considerably. To aid in this effort, the City of Binghamton offers the Water Conservation Program, which includes both informational resources and conservation reviews by Water-Sewer Department officials.

Water & Sewer

Department Overview

The City of Binghamton’s Water & Sewer Department main complex is located on the city’s South side, at 25 Broome Street. This department currently has 59 employees and this newly updated complex houses offices for:

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